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Auckland Council wants to be allowed “to keep being unfair,” says Hotel Council Aotearoa.
Auckland’s controversial Accommodation Provider Targeted Rate is ruled invalid by the Court of Appeal.
Hotel Council Aotearoa is calling for Auckland Council to get rid of its Accommodation Provider Targeted Rate as the sector struggles to recover from the pandemic.
A petition has been launched to get rid of Auckland Council’s Accommodation Providers’ Targeted Rate
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development has paused selected marketing activity, and is not replacing non-essential vacant roles as part of a cost-cutting drive following the year-long suspension of the APTR.
Auckland Council is being asked to go further than putting a hold on the Auckland Provider Targeted Rate until March 2021.
However, it plans to resume the charge once investment in visitor attraction is needed.
The Auckland Ratepayers’ Alliance is calling for Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development to be scrapped, saying its role of promoting tourism and events is redundant.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff is disappointed that a group of hotel and motel owners has decided to appeal the High Court’s decision upholding the Auckland Accommodation Provider Targeted Rate (APTR).
Why were the arguments made against Auckland Council’s APTR rejected?
Queenstown’s mayor says Auckland’s success in the High Court augurs well for the resort’s proposed bed tax.